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Future tenses

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alvaro rubio

on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of Future tenses

Future tenses
Future simple
3 different forms:
positive: they
will play
whit me
negative: they
will not play
with me
will they play
with me?
The future can be expressed in several ways in English:

Simple future
Be Going To
Future Progressive
Future perfect

Be going to
[am/is/are + going to + verb]

You are
going to
meet Jane tonight.
Are you
going to
meet Jane tonight?
You are
going to
meet Jane tonight.

You have to use will when you want to express a Voluntary Action
will send
you the information when I get it.
be going to
"Be going to" expresses that something is a plan
Future Progressive

When do we use "will"
Is used for an on-going action that will occur in the future.

The Moscow State Circus
will be
performing in Cheltenham for the next 3 weeks

Future perfect
Is used to describe an action that will have been completed at some point in the future.

By the time you arrive,
we will have
finished the meal and the speeches.

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